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MDAs key to proving value of adviceBY JAMES FERNYHOUGH | FRIDAY, 30 AUG 2013 12:20PM
Managed discretionary accounts (MDA) could be a key area for financial planners wanting to add value to their service offerings in the post-FoFA world, according to Brett Sanders, joint chief executive of Philo Capital Advisers.
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